The tortilla's thinness makes it ideal for folding, sliding under closed doors, and illustrating theories that the earth is flat and made of corn. Voyage to the edge of deliciousness with today's Groupon to La Casa Latina in Westbury. Choose between the following options:
Executive chef Roberta Herrera transforms ingredients from countries such as Honduras, Columbia, and Argentina into the lively, authentic flavors of La Casa Latinas lunch and dinner menus. As nighttime noshing gets underway, flocks of pupusashandmade corn tortillas plumped up with cheese, beans, or porkalight on tables as prefeast nibbles. Shell steak plays a starring role in the Honduran platter, which sends the meat diving into the creamy saffron center of a fried egg, while beans, plantains, cream, and avocado judge from the sidelines ($11.95 for lunch; $12.95 for dinner). Grilled Argentinian barbecue dishes corral an entire ranchs worth of assorted meats, including three types of sausage, tender short ribs, skirt steak, and sweetbreads ($19.95). Izote and loroco flowers, native to Central America, bloom atop pan-seared whole red snapper ($19.95), accompanied by basil-flecked grape tomatoes gently stewed. Sink teeth deep into the waiting arms of comfort fare in the form of bubbling cauldrons of Peruvian seafood stew ($16.50 for lunch; $22.95 for dinner) that distract bellies from chilling thoughts of a world without spoons.
Imbued with the colors of a setting sun, a mirrored ribbon of tile skirts along walls, reflecting sated smiles and alternate realities. In the kitchen, Executive Chef Roberto Herrera splits 20 years of culinary experience between dazzling diners at La Casa Latina and serving meals to seniors via the social-service agency Services Now for Adult Persons.
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